pygwb: a Python-based library for gravitational-wave background searches

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Arianna I. Renzini (0000-0002-4589-3987), Alba Romero-Rodriguez (0000-0003-2275-4164), Colm Talbot (0000-0003-2053-5582), Max Lalleman (0000-0002-2254-010X), Shivaraj Kandhasamy (0000-0002-4825-6764), Kevin Turbang (0000-0002-9296-8603), Sylvia Biscoveanu (0000-0001-7616-7366), Katarina Martinovic (0000-0001-5299-7744), Patrick Meyers (0000-0002-2689-0190), Leo Tsukada, Kamiel Janssens (0000-0001-8760-4429), Derek Davis (0000-0001-5620-6751), Andrew Matas, Philip Charlton (0000-0002-4263-2706), Guo-chin Liu, Irina Dvorkin (0000-0002-2353-9194)


Renzini et al., (2024). pygwb: a Python-based library for gravitational-wave background searches. Journal of Open Source Software, 9(94), 5454,

@article{Renzini2024, doi = {10.21105/joss.05454}, url = {}, year = {2024}, publisher = {The Open Journal}, volume = {9}, number = {94}, pages = {5454}, author = {Arianna I. Renzini and Alba Romero-Rodriguez and Colm Talbot and Max Lalleman and Shivaraj Kandhasamy and Kevin Turbang and Sylvia Biscoveanu and Katarina Martinovic and Patrick Meyers and Leo Tsukada and Kamiel Janssens and Derek Davis and Andrew Matas and Philip Charlton and Guo-chin Liu and Irina Dvorkin}, title = {pygwb: a Python-based library for gravitational-wave background searches}, journal = {Journal of Open Source Software} }
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